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Salem, OR offers a great place to enjoy the outdoors or lean about the city's historical past.
Local Salem, OR restaurateurs offer Northwest cuisine at the j. james and Wild Pear restaurants.
The U.S. Bank in downtown Salem, OR keeps a nod to old ways of doing things with a store of old bank equipment.
Salem, OR is one of the Top 10 places to ride a bike.
Salem, OR, has a top 10 film festival.
Salem Film Festival grows in popularity and expands offerings each year in Salem, OR.
Golf is a driving force in Salem, OR with more than a dozen golf courses located in the immediate area.
Salem, OR's Wednesday Farmers' Market takes place on Chemeketa Street from May through October.
A number of farms in the Salem, OR area are in the business of commercial flower production with several farms open to the public for tours and shopping.
Salem, OR's shopping scene holds a few surprises. While it offers a mall that will satisfy all your basic shopping needs, its downtown area will impress with its modern Salem Center and collection of boutiques.
The Hallie Ford Museum of Art is a relative newcomer at historic Willamette University in Salem, OR, but it has already had a major impact on the arts scene in its first 11 years of existence.
Salem, the capital of Oregon, is in the state's northwest region in the center of the Willamette Valley, one hour south of Portland. Salem is known for hosting the Salem Film Festival, which earned the city a spot on Livability.com's Top 10 Film Festivals list. Residents also enjoy the family-friendly Riverfront Park, several golf courses and restaurants famous for Northwest cuisine.
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